Beauty Store Business magazine - June, 2019

Magazine

Glam on the Go!

These beauty professionals and businesses are changing the game with convenient, all-in-one glam delivered straight to customers' doors.

It's the era of Uber, Airbnb and Grubhub; secret menus; and create-your-own options for everything from travel to food. These overnight business sensations seem to be sprouting up everywhere, each boasting the latest “big idea” in business and app technology. The reason for their success comes down to one thing: options. In virtually every industry, consumers are demanding the perfect blend of convenience and customizability—and the world of beauty is no different.

Product of the Month: juice BEAUTY

A beauty brand's latest line maximizes on organic ingredients to add vibrant color, while illuminating and smoothing your customers' skin.

Launched in January 2016, juice BEAUTY “Phyto-Pigments” Color offers 78 organic and antioxidant-rich makeup products for your customers. Actress Gwyneth Paltrow is the creative director, makeup and worked with her team to develop this collection of high-performance makeup created with certified natural ingredients. It is a full makeup line designed with plant-derived Phyto-Pigments to create a flawless complexion for your customers.

Features: #Trending

2016 beauty trends
Take a look at the top trends blowing up the beauty industry this year, and how you can make them work for your business.

Strobing, tie-dying, glitter beards - you may have heard some of these terms floating around on social media and assumed the ’70s were back. Luckily, that is not the case. But it does leave the question: What exactly are these trends anyway? More importantly, what do they mean for your beauty professionals?

Features: Razor Sharp

Dollar Shave Club takes on the men's grooming market by combining quality, convenience and affordability with a witty approach and a high member-satisfaction rate.

Michael Dubin, the CEO and co-founder of Dollar Shave Club, first appeared on the beauty scene when he broke the Internet with his comedic and unique commercials… and one brilliant idea. The company has since gone from 5,000 members on its first day to 2.7 million members and counting, today. DSC has completely re-shaved the men’s grooming industry by offering its members an affordable and hassle-free way to get razors straight to their doors.

Features: The Brow Experience

From brow culture to social media takeover, how Anastasia Soare operates one of the top beauty brands in the world, with style.

Anastasia Soare pulls up to the set of our photo shoot in her Maserati with a Chanel wardrobe bag and Prada roller suitcase close behind her. Ready to start the shoot, the first thing she pulls out of her suitcase are her shoe options for the cover wardrobe, red bottoms and all. The outfits are fresh off the runway and down to the last detail she is perfectly on point. Soare told the Beauty Store Business staff that she styles herself. As one of the leading CEOs in beauty, you can see the tremendous amount of detail and style that translates directly into her brand.

Features: Multicultural Moguls

The Mixed Chicks want to share an important message: Let your natural curls be defined - not your race.

Pioneers of the "Multicultural Revolution," Mixed Chicks co-founders Kim Etheredge and Wendi Levy want all women to embrace their natural beauty—“whether you’re black, white, Asian, Mediterranean, or any glorious combination of the above” (as their inspirational slogan goes). Today, you can now find their products in well-known national retailers like Target, Walmart, Bed, Bath & Beyond, various beauty-supply chains and even overseas, with their company headquartered in Canoga Park, California.